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THE SPRINGFIELD NEWS
tfeiMleSn itvnrv Thnrailnv hv the
Lane County Publishing Association.
ROBERT A. BRODIE, Editor and Mar.
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VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN.
Propaganda did not end with the
signing of the armistice. The Ger
man secret service 1b supposed to
have ceased operations, but there is
f an Insidious, devilish sort of antan
gonlsm'to the loyal duty of American
citizenship that Is seemingly actuated
by the same spirit that was behind the
German activities In the early part
of the war. Reports are being cir
culated by word of mouth that the
Victory Liberty Loans are to be Is
sued only In large denominations;
that the Interest rates will be unat
tractive, and further equally ridicul
ous statements calculated to - make
more difficult the subscription of quo
tas. To the ordinary mind the origin
of the unfounded stories which are
Injurious to the cause of the nation Is
beyond understanding. But it Is also
a matter for reflection why so many
apparently good citizens are misled
to repeat unfounded rumors reflecting
upon the Integrity of their govern-
ment The lessons taught by the ex
perlences of the last four years should
not be forgotten too' readily. The Vic-1
tory Liberty Loan is the financing of
the war by the United StateB. It is
to provide the money for the last war (
obligations of our government, and
every American citizen should realize''
'that the interest rate Is adequate and ,
that the security Is the best in the
A WORLD CONGRESS OF LABOR.
The convention creating a perma
nent organization for the promotion of
labor Interest throughout the world
has been completed. The document
consists of 41 articles. This new
world-wide labor organization will
consist of a general conference of la
bor representatives and an interna
tional labor office. The conference
Is to be held at least once each year
and will Include representatives of
employers as well as workers. It
will meet at the seat of the League
of Nations where the International
Labor Office will form a part of the
The Labor Office will act as a gen
eral clearing house for labor informa
tion. The office will he In charge of
a director who will be appointed by
the governing body and will select his
staff, which is to Include a certain
number of women, from different, na-
,,. tionallties. A governing body of 24
, members will control the Labor Of-
; . . flee. . This body will consist of 12 gov
ernment representatives, six members
, r, elected by delegates representing, em
. M ployers( and six delegates of working
The results of this great movement
, fpr the peaceful adjustment of , labor
it .problems of all countries seems like
ly to.be one of the most Important, n
suits, oi the. war.
Qur total war expenses will be $47,
a0,t)35,16O.79,r accqrdlng to an estl
mato made by, Representative James
,7f?.;Qood,;,ot Iowa, who is to be chair-
m&n of the Appropriations Commit
tee in the next congress, Morover,
strict economy, tho now chairman
rsays will bo. necessary to keep, 'ex
penses, . down to that amount. 'Hr.
,,Good also, estimates that government
al, expenses will, hereafter be 4,000,
. 000,009 annually or nearly four times
as much as before the war.
SUA f OMe. City of Tolwto. I
Laou County.. J . ,
Frank 3. Caenay tnakta oath that h U
aaalor partaar .of th.flj-m-of ,K. J. Cntnar
Co.. dolus? kuatnasa In the City or To--Uo.
.Comtr 'tM' Btr'm' sforMAlO. and
kuiM im will oa.r tfcft aum r OHM
-5-HtJMDRKD DOLLARS for ach aJJ T-
, , rrcoa.ia Carrh that ctottM M riK
U a7ei H&IAJ CATAltRrl CURB.
t . I cKaJfajCMetftk Cart, to takaa tatanaattr
MAKES HEAVY WORK SHOES.
W. Huberd, of Eugene, Manufac
turers pin Line of Heavy
Elsewhere in this Issue of tho News
appears tho ndvorttscmont of Mr, J. j
V. Huberd, of Eugene, who has re
cently opened "The Real Shoe Shop At 1
Sixth Avenue and Wllnmotteo streets
Mr. Hubonl wis formerly located
rat Seattle, whero he was widely
known as an export manufacturer of
heavy work shoes for loggers and mill
men. In fact, his product Is known
all over tho coast. In Seattle tho en
tire polico forco, consisting of ovor .
(00 men, wore the shoes made by Mr. j
Hubonl exclusively, as they gavo
better satisfaction in comfort nml
wearing qualities than any other shoo
on the market. j
Mr. Huberd also makes a specialty ,
of repairing heavy work shoes, as
well as ladles,' gentlemen's and chll- j
dren's dress shoes. For this work ho
has Installed a complete plant of the 1
most up-to-date shoe repairing ma-!
chlnery In tho state, which enables !
him to do tho work In the most cm-
cient and satisfactory manner at a
low price. Give .him a trial by send
ing a pair of old shoes to be repaired
by parcel post, and he will return
them to you, charges prepaid.
Mr. Huberd will visit Springfield
this month on the 2Sth test, at which
time ho will take orders for work
shoes, or ladles' and gentlemen's dress
shoes, made from the best materials
obtainable, and guaranteed "to give
you the best Bhoe comfort you ever
had In your life, and at a price you
can afford to pay.
SPRINGFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY
HAS INTERESTING PAMPHLETS
The Springfield public library has
received a number of pamphlets con
taining valuable information on child
welfare, etc, also a pamphlet entitled
"War Risk Insurance Law," contain
ing InformaUon graphically set forth
for soldiers and sailors and dependent
These pamphlets may bo consulted
at any time during library hours.
We have several small phonographs
for sale at a very low price. We can
give you reasonable terms. The Mu-
sic Shop, 593 Ninth, Eugene
A Real Shoe Shop
That Will Give You Real Service
If you are hard to fit,- we can make you a pair of
Shoes that will give you real comfort and joy, from
the best materials.
Heavy Work Shoes a Specialty
We are equipped with the most up-to-date machinery
In the state for repair work, and a trial will convince
you wi can do your work better, quicker and cheaper
than you have ever had before. Send us an old pair
of shoes by Parcel Post to be repaired and they will
be returned promptly, charges prepaid.
J. W. HUBERD
Real Shoe Shop
6th Ave. and Willamette St., Eugene, Ore.
Work Shoes Made to Order, $7.00 Guaranteed fully
SANDS ATHE& ADRIAN
The Springfield Garage
: 1 S NO W
AN AUTHORIZED ;
using genuine:' FORD PARTS
We arc Equipped for all Kinds of Ford Repairing
AUo Any Other Make of Can.
Standard Makes of
m Steele at
You nro going to need a fow ulceus of FURNI
TURE and n RUG or, two this spring to brighten
up your home or replace the old one and you
will find n big nssortment HERE both In furni
ture and rugs to select from. Wo want your
business and will give you the bcBt posBlblo sor
vlce at all times and a DOLLAR'S WOTITH OF
GOODS FOR EVERY DOLLAR SPENT WITH
US. Come In and let us figure with you whether
you want one pleco or o complete outfit. "Wo
can 'SAVE YOU MONEY."
Brauer & Conley
Cor. Ninth and Oak, Eugene
MAKE YOUR FEET HAPPY.
Dr. Wm. French; of Eugene, Licensed
Chiropodist' Corrects All
One who docs not understand tho
anatomy of the human foot cannot
prescribe or fit the appliance needed
for a certain or given foot trouble
any more than one who knows noth
ing about a match could repair It.
Dr. French will examlno your foot
without charge and prescribe the arch
support, or other appliance needed by
you. Ho also treats all foot troubles,
removes corns,. bunions and callouses.
His office Is In the same building
with Tho Real Shoe Shop, 697 Wil
lamette street, Eugene. Telephone
. The doctor makes no charge for ex
amination or advice.
Read the News for the news.
Tires aad Acc4Msories
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notico is hereby glvon that tho un
dexslgnod has been appointed as ad-,
rainlstrator of the estate of Harrison
I), Gray, deceased, by the County
Court of Lano county. All persons
having claims against said estato ore
horoby notified to file tho samo duly j
vorineu wun uio administrator at tno
law office of Williams & Dean, In Eu
gene, Oregon, within six (6) months
from tho dato of first publication of
Dato of first publication of this
notice April 4. 1919.
J. W; BERGMAN, Administrator.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. 8. Land Ofllco at RcueburK, Ore.
March 5. 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that Isaac
Nowton Olanton, of EuRcno, Oregon,
who, on May 4, 1916. mado Homo
stead Entry, Sorial ?o. 010128, for
a tract of 101.82 acres In unaurvoyed
Sec. 3C, Tp. 20 S., It. 3 E. W. M.,
described by motes and bounds, as
follows: Beginning at corner No, 1,
from whenco tho quartor-scctlon 'cor
ner on east line of Section 35, same
township, bears N. 89V C7' W., 19.99
cha; thence N. 20.45 chs; thenco. E.
39.93 chs; thenco S. 20.48 chs; thence
V. 9.94 chs; thenco S. 10 chs; thenco
W. 20 chs; thenco N". 10.04 chs; thonco
W. 9.9C chs; to place of bcglnnlm;;
has tiled notico of intention to make
final threo-year proof, to establish
claim to tho land abovo described,
before E. 0. Immel, U. S. Commis
sioner, at his office, at Eugeno, Oro
gon, on tho ICth day of April, 1919.
Jlb this land Is within a section
granted to the State for school pur
poses, the State of Oregon Is Bpoc-
Claimant names as witnesses:
C. M. Dunning, of Oakridge, Ore
gon; A. V. Rykor, of Oakridge, Ore
gon; P. D, Chenowcth, pf Oakrldgo,
Oregon; and Earl Hobort, of Oakrldgo,
W. H. CANON, Register.
In tho Circuit Court of the Stato of
Oregon, for Lano County.
Alma A. Jarvis, plaintiff, vs. Charles
w. Jarvis. defendant.
To Charles W. Jarvis, thq above-
In tho namo of tho Stato of Oregon,
you are hereby summoned and re
quired to bo and appear In tho abovo
entitled Court and suit and answer
tho complaint of tho plaintiff nlod
herein ngalnst you within six weeks
from the dato of the first publication
of this summons, March 21st, 1919,
and if you so fall to answer said com
plaint within said (Ime, tho plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief
prayed for, to-wlt: for a docroo dis
solving the bonds of matrimony now
existing by and between you and
plaintiff, for the custody of tho minor
children mentioned in said complaint,
and for full relief. Tills summons Is
served upon you by publication In (he
Springfield Nows, a newspaper pub
lished in Springfleld, Lano County,
Oregon, and weekly, for six consecu
tive weeks, by order of Hon. O; T',
Sklpwortb, Judge of the above 'Court;
said order being mode and entorod of
record March 18, .1610, directing the
The dato of the nrat publication pre
scribed oy 'said order is March" 21,
1919, and last date May 2, 1919.
, , . CM. KISSINGER.
A . AMcy-ner for Plaintiff.
Residence, 'Eugene', Oregon,
riOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
Dprtmnt of jlWt' Interior.
U. 8. Land Office aivRoeaburg, Ore.
, , March 13, 1819.
Notice la hereby given that FraM
u. McQueen; of Mabel, 'Oregon, who,
On April 24, 101S, made Homestead
Entry Serial No. 07098, for theBWK
NW4 and EVi NWU. Section 30,
Township lti S, Ranre 1 E, Willamette
'Meridian, has filed notice of 'Inten
tion to make fin 04 jTlve-year proof, to
establish claim to the land above des
cribed, before E. O. Immel, U, 6. Com'
mlssloner, at his offlee, at Eugene,
Oregon, on the Ilnd day of April,
1919, 4 '
Claimant, names fts wltneasee;
,. . VT. Rlr. 'of Ubt 'Ortoa; H.
M. Riggfl. of Mabel, -OrTO!. Adolf
BIL ef Mabel, Oregon and Wlllla
Bl&ek, of Mareol,, Oretoa.
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Vl1 VI ) A i IV" iar"aa'aMPi
WW) VM , 1
THE "FEDERAL RESERVE'' BANKING SYSTEM,
OF.WHICH OUR BANK IS A MEMBER, IS THE BEST
BANKING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
THE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLIONS
OF GOLD INTO THE U. S. TREASURY. ON THIS
GOLD THE GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.
WE CAN qET MONEY WHEN WE WANT IT BY
TAKING OUR SECURITIES TO OUR DISTRICT
"FEDERAL RESERVE" BANK.
, YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YO0 WANT
IT WHEN YOU ARE A DEPOSITOR IN OUR BANK.
LETS DO BUSINESS. COME IN.
BANK WITH US.
Its up toyou
says Sandv to
"If it's thick, heavy
sweetening you wont
eticlc to your ordin
ary plug. But for
real tobacco satis
faction, you've got
to come to good old
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch
ty Court, of Lano County, Oregon,
duly made by said Court on tho 21st
day ot March, 1919, authorizing and
directing T, II. Qarrott, tho Adminis
trator ot said estate, to mako such
salo, as such Administrator of tho
real estate, hereinafter described, I will
on Friday, the 2d day of May, 1919, at
tho hour of 1 o'clock In tho attornoon
of said day, at the southwost door
of tho Lano County, Court Houso, in
Eugono, Lane County, Oregon, offer
for ualo and sell at public auction
and public salo to, tho highest and
best bidder for cash in hand and for
tho highest and beet price obtain
able therefor, all the right, title, and
interest of Sttc K. IS. Preaton, de
ceased tend of her estate, m and to
the following ..described real estate,
to-wlt; Lot Seventeen- In Block Five,
Fatrmjounti now a pail of the City of
Eugcrae, Lane' County, Ores on.
Said' tale to be rsbjeot to confir
mation .by said , Connty .Court.
T. SI. OARRBTT, Administrator.'
In the Circuit Court of tee State of
pregon for Lane County.
The Booth-Kelly Lumber Company,
'plalntlfll V; Frank Burjgeaw; also
all other perapns and partie un
known elaUnlng anyrlght,, UUe, e
tate,, lien, or interest ' la the reX
property described In the complaint
herein', defendants. ,t ;
To Frank Bargees; also, all other
persons, and parties unknown claim
ing any right, title, estate, lied, or
Interest, la the real property des
cribed In the1 complaint herein:
In' the name of -the State pf Oregon,
you are hereby eumraoned to. answejr
the comprint filed against yoq in the
above enUtled cause and court within
six wea trod tha a rat pnalteevoa
of um summona, aa4 ir y)9. Ml)
to t pea r. d aaswar; , f f rr wkat tkar.
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MV M bir Atir t4'.irttsaartom U
STSTIM Of fANSS
Good tnstc, smaller
chew, longer life is what
makes Genuine Grave
ly cost less to chew than
for holltt cm thturtnt ptt
or lntorost therein, and quieting plain
tirr'ii title from nil claims hold or
assorted by you, and for such oilier
relief as may bo Just. This summons
is aorved upon you by publication by
virtue of an order of tho Hon. Q. F.
Skipworth, Circuit Judgo, datod Feb
ruary 27, 1919, directing that this
summons bo served upon you by pub
lishing tho same once In oach week
for six successive weeks in the
Springfield News, and that you ans
wer the same within six weeks from
the first publication thereof.
This summons la so first published
February S8, 1919.
S. D. ALLEN, 'Attorney for plalnUlf.
08 8O1 Ave. w Eugene, Or.
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